Stevieslaw: Oxford English Dictionary approves “to cobamanate”

Stevieslaw: Oxford English Dictionary approves “to cobamanate.”
The OED today announced that it has added the verb, “to cobamanate” to the English language. The verb and its noun and adjective forms are to be used in the sense of “contaminate,” provided that the only reason the item or event is to be looked at as tainted or poisoned is its association with Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States. “A case in point,” said OED spokesperson, Alpha Bet, “is the refusal of the United States Senate to consider the nomination to the Supreme Court of Merrick Garland– a quite reasonable nominee.” He has been cobamanated.”Mr. Bet also confirmed that the dictionary is now accepted the variation, “obamanation,” for the existed word abomination using the same line of reasoning.
House Republicans were furious over the action of the Dictionary and promised an extensive investigation. Said Speaker Paul Ryan, “It is unconscionable for the Dictionary to wait this long to give us this very useful word. I see a liberal conspiracy.”

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